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When digestive disease meets art – exploring your inner self

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How are your bowels?
Date:
14/09/2016

Stem cell transplantation does not provide significant improvement for Crohn's disease, study finds

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A clinical trial to test the effectiveness of a stem cell therapy among adults with difficult to treat Crohn's disease has found it is not significantly better than conventional treatment in producing sustained disease remission after one year.
Date:
17/12/2015

Professor Dileep Lobo awarded prestigious Hunterian Professorship 2015

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Professor Dileep Lobo, Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre, has been awarded a Hunterian Professorship by the Royal College of Surgeons.
Date:
22/12/2014

Professor Dileep Lobo's research recognised for societal impact in inaugural Knowledge and Innovation Awards

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Research led by Professor Dileep Lobo from the Nottingham Digestive Diseases Centre has been recognised for its societal impact in The University of Nottingham's inaugural Knowledge Exchange and Innovation Awards.
Date:
05/06/2014

New imaging technique signals a breakthrough in treatment of IBS

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Scientists at The University of Nottingham are leading the world in exploiting MRI technology to assist in the treatment and diagnosis of Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), a condition that causes serious inconvenience and discomfort to sufferers.
Date:
09/01/2014

James Bond's drink problem

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James Bond's alcohol consumption may explain why he prefers his martinis "shaken, not stirred" say researchers. Their study has estimated that the famous spy drinks over four times the recommended weekly alcohol limit and suggests his preference for shaken martinis may be due to alcohol-induced tremor.
Date:
17/12/2013
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